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Ocean Park, Hong Kong
(4.2/5 based on 7,500+ reviews on the web)
An amusement and marine animal park with a huge variety of sea-themed rides on offer, Ocean Park attracts millions each year. This sprawling complex combines amusement rides with marine mammal shows. A large mountain separates the grounds into two parts--waterfront and summit--with a cable car running between them. Enjoy a ride up the funicular to reach the peak's attractions and panoramic views. Various shows will introduce you to marine animals like sharks, gators, and penguins, while rides will get your adrenaline pumping. Add Ocean Park to your Hong Kong travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Hong Kong family vacation planner.
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  • Very nice Park, I advise you immediately go on to the end of the train fleet and start from the end that would not stand in queues with a bunch of Chinese. Rides, pandas, fish and much more
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  • A place you need a whole day to cover, so start your trip early. Take mtr to Admiralty station, there is a tourist service counter there, suggest buy your entry ticket here, at the same time ask for b...  more »
  • Went there on a Saturday and the place was packed with people but that did not effect my experience since there was so many places to go see and do things that you hardly notice the crowd. The line up...  more »
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  • Amazing venue that literally kept us there for 11 hours the first trip. Just bought annual passes and looking forward to more. Best theme park/zoo in Hong Kong...
  • Went on a Monday and its a good thing as there wasn't much of a crowd. Bought the 'Fast Pass' but didn't make much use of it as I've covered most rides in the morning. My suggestion is to be there early to have a try of all the thrilling rides before the crowd come pouring in by afternoon. Some part of the rides are open at 11am. Great park that generates awareness on sealife but the rides are terrible. The roller coasters ride is very harsh, jerky and uneven. Had a neck strain after the rides. Order your lunch at Mac Donald to save money. Try not to order burgers that have vegetables in it. They tend to serve rotten vegetables together with the burgers. We learn that the hard way. One day is enough for you to spend your day at Ocean Park. If you have been to Sea World, you can definitely skip this.
  • Though a huge hit with the local crowd, Ocean park is very artificial and phony. The trolley ride is for the fun seekers and the aquatic world is sure to attract the kids. Other than that, there is nothing much to do. Do try the special train for commuting in the ocean park. Will be an enthralling experience.
  • Every Hongkongeses have been to here and it is one great place to hangout during the weekend. Pandas, jellyfishes and all kinds of marine life. Not to mention all the things you can expect from an amusement park. Take the cable car and it is simply amazing to come here.
  • I love Ocean Park, it's a good mix of theme park and conservation/zoo. Lots of unique animals to see and the park focuses on teaching guests about how to help conserve the Earth and help animals rather than just use the animals for entertainment. I'd recommend to get here at opening and head straight to 'thrill mountail' via cable car to get your roller coaster fix and then head back down to see all the animals later in the day. We managed to beat all the long queuing times doing this. If you spot the Panda keepers putting out fresh bamboo then stick around for a few minutes because you'll soon get an amazing shot of the Panda eating his dinner!